Garner Elliott is an accomplished woman/Business owner working in the corporate world. However, the job she loves most is being a Mom to a fantastic daughter. She is graduating this year, and Garner could not be prouder of her accomplishments. Garner had a dream of opening a successful woman-owned business that has come true! Peachy Portable Potties is a thriving business that has steady growth. Garner has found the balance between business and family life. Mother’s Day is ju
The Importance of ADA Compliant Portable Sanitation. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees equal opportunity in public accommodations for individuals with disabilities. When portable sanitation is provided in venues covered by the ADA, providers must take care to ensure the equipment and services they provide are consistent with this important law. Even when portable sanitation is not required to have ADA facilities, it is a best practice to have facilities for
Are You Violating OSHA's Portable Toilet Guidelines? Yes, OSHA has regulations even for that, and if you pride yourself on following the letter and spirit of the agency’s law, here are the most important details: One toilet for 20 or fewer employees. If you have more than 20 employees, one toilet seat and one urinal per 40 employees. One seat and one urinal per 50 workers, if you have 200 or more employees on site. Toilets must be within a 10-minute walk. Key-only toilet acce
Garner and I were out at dinner the other night. I had walked away to go grab our food when all a sudden I heard a man yelling at Garner. I couldn’t believe it! Then I noticed my watch wasn’t on my wrist which just added to my frustration. Well, nobody is going to talk to Garner like that and I walked over to our table and the guy is standing on my watch. I look right at him and said, “Hey buddy, you won’t talk to her that way, not on my watch!”…… Contact us today to learn mo
As we enter Year 3 of the COVID pandemic, it is a good time to remember that washing and sanitizing our hands is one of the single most important things we can do to minimize the spread of COVID. In fact, OSHA has required the use of hand soap or other cleansing agents on job sites well before the COVID pandemic. OSHA Standard 1956.51 states that hand soap or other cleansing agents shall be provided along with paper or cloth towels (https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/
While we drive around to service the units, you might have seen or heard our two helpers, Biscuit and Cooper! Our little boys have been with us for 8 years now and they love taking rides! They are Shih Tzu and brothers from the same litter. Biscuit has been protecting Cooper (the runt) since they were puppies and are inseparable now! They love meeting our customers and met their favorite one the other day on a job site – the daughter of one our customers! Look for them whil
Everyday young Bobby would walk by the Porta-potty on the way home from school, and every day he would resist the temptation to kick it off the edge of the cliff.
This all changed one day when Bobby had a particularly bad day at school. He had learned about boring topics, like how George Washington cut down a cherry tree and wasn't punished because he was honest, and Bobby had also failed a math test. He was heading to his friend's house, and since he was in a bad mood, he d